Category Archives: pan-nationalism and multi-culturalism

The trouble with HIAS

I just got a link from Human Stupidity (he sends me a lot of stuff), from Refugee Resettlement Watch  titled: Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society praises federal agencies for “responding to anti-refugee resettlement backlash” The article states, in part: Pockets of Resistance! … Continue reading

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In memory of Lounes Matoub

I remember reading a short news blurb back in 1998. It said something about a popular Algerian folk singer being murdered. Though I hadn’t a clue who the singer might be (his name was not mentioned), I felt a pang … Continue reading

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The Nature Conservancy’s double standards

As a respected citizen of the Leftosphere, the Nature Conservancy supports the rights of indigenous peoples. Their website proclaims: Empowering Indigenous peoples throughout the world. The natural world is central to the human rights of Indigenous peoples, as well as … Continue reading

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Seinfeld shakes the foundations of the Cathedral

It’s always refreshing when I can point to a fellow Jew and feel pride that he’s doing God’s work. Chipping away at the Cathedral is God’s work, even if you don’t believe in God. In a way, it almost makes … Continue reading

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The cost of diversity: Isolation

A while back, while innocently strolling through downtown Portland, I encountered a used book store that featured a nice selection of books for 35¢ each. I picked up a copy of “The United States in 1800” by Henry Adams. This … Continue reading

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Where Judaism meets liberalism

I picked up a copy of “Oregon Jewish Life” magazine yesterday. It’s a free publication and it seems to be geared more toward Reform Jews. Naturally, it has a liberal bent. A recurring theme seems to be that traditional Judaism … Continue reading

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Happy “Thanksgivukkah”

For the first time in history, and likely the last, the first day of Hannukah falls on Thanksgiving. According to Livescience: By Tia Ghose, Staff Writer It’s a once in more than 70,000-year event: The first day of Hanukkah this … Continue reading

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